In this blog I will be creating an application that generates a notification to the users when they log on. The great thing about making this in RES ONE Workspace (ROW) is that you can use Access control. Because of Access control we can filter to whom, where and when the notification is displayed. First, create a new application and fill in the application Title.
This function is part of the RES ONE Workspace Toolkit download it here: https://workspace-guru.com/tools/ The script in this blog is create with Nico van der Stok (PowerShell Guru). Check out his blog at: http://www.nicovanderstok.com All RES ONE Workspace Applications export to CSV. This script will do the following: -Create a building block of all applications in ROW. -Reads the building block to memory -Creates a CSV
The script in this blog is created with Nico van der Stok (PowerShell Guru). Check out his blog at: http://www.nicovanderstok.com ROW License counter script This script will do the following. -Create a building block of all applications in ROW. -Reads the XML to memory -Looks at all AD security groups that are configured per application. -Looks at all users in the AD security groups. -Compares all users
It’s possible to create a RES ONE Workspace (ROW) building block with PowerShell. You can do this for the following items: My blog RES ONE + Powershell | RES ONE Workspace daily Back-up script uses all of these types in one script to create a back-up. For this blog I created a RES ONE Identity Director service to request one type of building block at a specific
This function is part of the RES ONE Workspace Toolkit download it here: https://workspace-guru.com/tools/ Daily back-up script for RES ONE Workspace This script will create a back-up folder with the date. Then the script will make building blocks of all RES ONE Workspace items and place them in the back-up folder. After that, the folder will be zipped. By scheduling the script, or RES ONE
This blog is about Java, notifications that Java applications can give and how to make sure that RES ONE Workspace suppress these notifications to the users. An example of a Java notification is the ”Do you want to run this application?”. See example: If a user works in a managed workspace environment we don’t want them to give their permission everytime they want to start the
Recently I worked with 1 RES ONE Workspace / XenApp environment with 7 different customer environments in it. Within this environment 3 customers needed to login into each others environments. I optimized RES ONE Workspace to make this happen without any broken shortcuts or security problems. In this blog a few points to look at in this sort of situation. Workspace Containers Folder redirection Aliassen Naamgeving